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YouTube axes crowdsourced captioning: Use our buggy speech-to-subtitle code or pay an approved third party


Re: That D&D woman...

"I'm guessing it is a lot easier to correct YouTube's errors than do it yourself? Even if it gets most of it wrong. And also, you would need video editing software to do the captioning."

1) Download the auto-generated, terrible captions.

2) E-mail them to the worker.

3) Get captions sent to you.

4) Put them on Youtube.

It's more annoying, but it's still not a massively difficult workaround.

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